Tell the EPA to Protect Clean Water from Toxic Power Plant Coal Ash

President Trump’s EPA is recklessly attempting to block or delay the closure of dangerous, leaky waste ponds that store toxic coal ash from dirty coal-fired power plants. These coal ash waste ponds are prone to spills and leaks that could contaminate groundwater, putting nearby communities and drinking water at risk. Submit your letter of protest before the January 31 deadline.

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President Trump’s EPA is recklessly attempting to block or delay the closure of dangerous, leaky waste ponds that store toxic coal ash from dirty coal-fired power plants. These coal ash waste ponds are prone to spills and leaks that could contaminate groundwater, putting nearby communities and drinking water at risk. Submit your letter of protest before the January 31 deadline.

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EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler

Subject line:

Don’t let coal ash waste ponds continue contaminating our water

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